OK, I'm sure you can't wait to jump into GSC and start looking at metrics for “interesting discoveries” right now. But unfortunately, the search function falls under the "untrackable clicks" of Industry Email List Google's ecosystem that I mentioned earlier. Metrics are not broken down for “interesting discoveries”. Instead, the data will be mixed into your base GSC data. I'll cover tracking in more detail below. First, I wrote an article on Search Engine Land last Industry Email List year that demystified metrics in GSC. Many of the points I'm going to make below are covered here, so you might want to read this article after this one (or reference it while reading this section).
For position, “interesting finds” would be considered a “block” in the search results. This means that all lists in the module contain the same position. Only three Industry Email List listings are displayed by default, so these are the only three that would gain an impression when an “Interesting Discoveries” module ranks in the SERP by default. Ads must be viewable in order to gain Industry Email List an impression, so other ads beyond what is shown by default will not gain an impression unless someone clicks on the module to show all ads "Interesting Discoveries". Additionally, for queries, GSC reports the first link to your site from a position perspective. So if you had a listing in the blue 10 links that ranked above “Interesting
Discoveries”, then the first listing would be counted for position. But if that listing ranked under the “Interesting Discoveries” module, then the listing in the “Interesting Discoveries” module would count from a position standpoint. For example, if Industry Email List you ranked for the query "spicy chili recipe" in the "Interesting Discoveries" block below (in all three visible listings), then in the 10 blue links below the "Interesting Discoveries" block, then your listing would be flagged as position 3 for the query in GSC. This is the position of the “Interesting Industry Email List discoveries” block and not the list in the 10 blue links (which ranks under the “Interesting discoveries” module).